Friday, April 19, 2019
Welcome to the weekend, Utah.
Its been a great week with lots going on and we don’t want you to miss a single thing. Below are a few highlights of our team working to protect and keep all Utahns safe.
Utah opioid overdose deaths are down thanks to Utah Naloxone and its founder, Dr. Jennifer Plumb, who is part of the Utah Opioid Task Force, co-chaired by Attorney General Sean D. Reyes along with U.S. Senator Mike Lee, and DEA District Agent-in-Charge Brian Besser.
For more on the story, see St. George News: Utah Naloxone credited with reducing opioid overdose deaths.
The Children’s Justice Center Program, part of the Utah Attorney General’s Office, participated in this year’s planting of pinwheels in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month up at Primary Children’s Hospital.
Check out KSL.com’s article: ‘It is preventable’: Utah children’s hospital honors child abuse victims for more information.
Thanks to the great work of Assistant AG Jacob Fordham, some of the most vulnerable in our communities are a bit safer.
Standard-Examiner: Ex-nurse’s aide sentenced to jail for abusing elderly assisted living patients
The Utah Attorney General’s Office is once again partnering with FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention to provide a 24/7 harassment hotline, sending a clear message to participants that bullying, abuse, assault, and harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.
Watch coverage on KUTV below: